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If they can't tell who they voted for then the vote for either party should not count
if technology can identify a person from a few cells or can compare fingerprints to millions of other samples, why can't we create a scanner that scans the entire ballot (not just the ovals) and rejects any ballot with any extraneous marks, drawings, poems, lizards, "x" markings or drawn circles, or other such nonsense? that way the voter would know instantly whether their ballot is valid or subject to a potential challenge. imagine a scanner that could provide feedback or error messages...
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